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Easy DIY Apple and Android Charging Station Project

Easy DIY Apple and Android Charging Station Project

As we continue to expand our digital lives and shift to mobile platforms, you quickly discover the charging challenges for multiple people and platforms. This easy, DIY Apple and Android charging station will provide you with a safe and organized area to keep your mobile gadgets powered. Whether you charge all of your devices in […]

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Home Automation Made Easy With The Philips Hue Starter Kit

Home Automation Made Easy With The Philips Hue Starter Kit

Home automation can be easy if you plan ahead. There are several components to consider when planning your home automation scheme so you do not over-buy or purchase components that are incompatible with each other. You will first want to consider your long-term goals. Will you want simple home automation that just turns on lights […]

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Best Creative Uses For Smart Plugs For Your Dumb Home

Best Creative Uses For Smart Plugs For Your Dumb Home

Don’t fret if you have a dumb home. You can dip your toe into the smart home market with these creative uses for smart plugs. Smart plugs allow you to somewhat automate home tasks that you routinely do, or setup procedures for when you leave or enter the home. They do this without the necessity […]

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The Best Tech Survival Gadgets In An Emergency Situation

The Best Tech Survival Gadgets In An Emergency Situation

When we think of survival gadgets, we might think of a compass, a foil blanket or an all-in-one tool to saw down trees, open cans and light your fire. While those gadgets are certainly great to have in an emergency, this is a technology website, so we are going to show you the best tech […]

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High Quality Thermal Temperature Sensor for Android Phones

High Quality Thermal Temperature Sensor for Android Phones

The Seek temperature sensor for android phones is an inexpensive, yet high quality, add-on device that enables you to detect heat variations on your phone’s display. The thermal camera plugs into your phone’s micro USB port and, with the addition of the free Seek app, allows you to view variations in temperature. You can take pictures […]

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Must Have Cycling and Bike Gadgets

Must Have Cycling and Bike Gadgets

While there are typically biking seasons for most of us, it is always biking season for some people. PCTechBytes understands the need to get out there and explore the trails, the parks and other destinations you just can’t–and don’t–want to explore on foot. These must have cycling and bike gadgets will help you make the most […]

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Google Cardboard Is A Fun And Inexpensive VR Gadget

Google Cardboard Is A Fun And Inexpensive VR Gadget

Google Cardboard is a handheld viewer you slide your smartphone into and allows you to experience virtual reality via apps and websites that support it. As expensive technologies such as Microsoft’s Hololense and the Oculus Rift emerge, Google Cardboard is a fun, inexpensive way to dip your toe into the VR pool to see if you’re […]

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Mother’s Day Tech Gifts Perfect For Mom

Mother’s Day Tech Gifts Perfect For Mom

Moms are geeks too. Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, so it’s time to take a look at this year’s tech recommendations that would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift for Mom. We’ve compiled several geek recommendations for Mother’s Days below to help mom relax, enjoy herself, and help get her organized. Top Five Mother’s Day […]

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Choosing The Correct USB Hub

Choosing The Correct USB Hub

This one is a bit of a pet peeve of mine.  To the casual computer user, utilizing a USB hub would probably consist of plugging in a thumb drive or two into it.  Considering a thumb drive or two will not require all that much power, not more is needed.  What about larger devices like […]

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Let’s Talk About Tablets: MID M1050 Android 4.0

Let’s Talk About Tablets: MID M1050 Android 4.0

In this segment we will go over the MID M1050 10.1″ Android 4.0 tablet.  Being an extremely cheap, supposedly low end, run of the mill tablet, it out performs my expectations tremendously.  Sporting a 10.1″ touchscreen does make it a bit bigger but no more incumbering that a normal sized tablet or small netbook.  It […]

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